Government Senior College 8-0 CMS Girls Senior Secondary School
Government Senior College humiliated CMS Girls Senior Secondary School 8-0 to progress to the semifinals of the GTBank Principals Cup at the Onikan Stadium.
Hat-tricks from striker Chisom Igboamuche and Most Valuable Player, Patience Ojo helped the Agege side claim a comprehensive victory.
Government Senior College started onslaught very early as Igboamuche and Ojo netted a goal apiece in the first six minutes of the encounter to help unsettle their Bariga counterpart.
Both attackers then added a second later in the half to give their side a 4-0 lead at the interval.
Zainab Agbaje and Omowunmi Aitija added efforts of theirs as Igboamuche and Ojo got their trebles to hand Government Senior College an 8-0 win.
Euba Senior Secondary School 0-0 (2-3) Isale Eko Grammar School
Euba Senior Secondary School were knocked out of the GTBank Principals Cup after losing 3-2 on penalties to Isale Eko Grammar School.
In a cagey affair that ended in a 0-0 draw after full time, the game had to be decided from the spot.
Euba lost three of theirs to allow Isale Eko progress to the last four on 3-2.
Odogunyan Senior Grammar School 2-0 Diary Farm Senior Secondary School
Much fancied Diary Farm Senior Secondary School were eliminated from the GTBank Principals Cup after they suffered a 2-0 at the hands of Odogunyan Senior Grammar School.
Diary Farm were made to rue their slow approach to the encounter as a Mutiu Durodola goal in the fourth minute caught them off guard.
From there on they never got their act together and again fell to a second after the half time as Ayomide Adebajo calmly rolled the ball into Diary Farm's net.
The win sees the Agege side crash out of the competition as their Ikorodu counterpart march on to the semifinals of the school competition.
Badore Community Senior Secondary School 0-0 (2-3) Ikotun Senior High School
A 10-man Badore Community Senior Secondary School were defeated on penalties 3-2 by Ikotun Senior High School to halt their run in the GTBank Principals Cup.
After both sides played a drab first half, the second half saw the Ajah side reduced to ten after a cynical challenge on an Ikotun striker.
But the boys from Ikotun failed to make their numerical advantage count and had to wait till the penalties to ensure they secure a passage to the last four with a 3-2 victory.